Rehabilitation and Survivorship for Breast Cancer – My Cancer Advisor

Rehabilitation and Survivorship for Breast Cancer

Jul 22 2010
Acupuncture to Treat Hot Flashes Instead of Drug Therapy?

Expert Analysis Highlights: There is some evidence, although somewhat controversial, that acupuncture can be effective in reducing frequency of hot flashes A small, 12-week study concluded “Acupunct...

Jun 15 2010
In the Operating Room: Breast Reconstruction Surgery

There are many options for breast reconstructive surgery. One of the more popular is the TRAM flap, especially for a woman with excess belly fat or an abdomen that has been stretched out by pregnancy....

Mar 4 2010
Study May Help Cool Hot Flashes for Cancer Patients

Hot flashes can be a very debilitating condition for women who undergo estrogen depletion, either naturally (with menopause), with surgical ablation (of the ovaries), with certain types of chemotherap...

Feb 15 2010
Managing Lymphedema After Breast Cancer Surgery

Here is a quick and helpful video demonstrating important exercises for managing lymphedema. This can be a very frustrating side effect of cancer surgery. Here’s more information about managing ...

Feb 6 2010
Ginseng May Help with Cancer-Related Fatigue

Cancer fatigue is a debilitating condition that is different from usual “tiredness”.  Fatigue felt by people with cancer is different from fatigue felt occasionally by healthy individuals...

Feb 6 2010
Preparing for Hair Loss After Chemotherapy
Apr 20 2009
Sheryl Crow and Her Breast Cancer Experience

Making decisions about breast cancer treatment involves a range of choices from double mastectomy to lumpectomy. Each woman must be informed and educated about her treatment and prevention options so ...